As the United Nations’ Climate Change Conference (COP28) begins in Dubai today, where is Afghanistan?
Participants urged the importance of prioritizing the ongoing atrocities in Darfur and the need for elevated engagement by the United States.
The consent-based model with the Syrian regime is insufficient for getting aid into northwest Syria. It’s time to strengthen alternative approaches—and investing in Syrian civil society is key.
A new decree in Costa Rica makes it harder for asylum seekers to access work. The effects of the decree will be felt throughout the region.
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As disasters like Cyclone Freddy become more frequent, countries like Malawi need to look closer to home for timely and effective humanitarian support.
A group of experts offer nine recommendations for addressing the crisis in Sudan.
As policymakers in Kenya continue to implement the new Refugee Act, they can learn from models other countries have adopted.
As it navigates some of the world’s most complex issues, the World Bank must get its approach to forced displacement right.
Ten years since the civil war began in South Sudan, South Sudanese women and girls have faced sexual violence year after year with impunity.